Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Christmas is Coming!

I'm guessing that at this point, no one but my mom and siblings will believe me when I tell you that I used to be super-duper on top of things when it came to Christmas preparations. Around mid-November, I would put a sign on my door that said "Santa's workshop," and forbid entry to any and everyone while I diligently crafted thoughtful and beautiful gifts. This year, however, I seem to have misplaced my list of who I have bought for, or should be buying for; and I cannot seem to keep the house under control for even a single day, let alone go Christmas shopping in any sort of organized fashion. In other words, dont expect much this year family. My bad.

I don't even know what the problem is, besides way-too-busy-syndrome. I have increased my hours at work a little bit, and I think this single act might be the death of my blog. I simply cant seem to find the time anywhere. All that to say, I'm popping in tonight simply to throw up some pictures so that I will remember next year tomorrow that we have, in fact, been celebrating and even cherishing the season. At least a little bit.
Also, we still have a few days left to frantically put together the baskets we are going to be delivering to the CICU this weekend . . . If you're still interested in contributing, we'd love to fill the baskets to the brim with goodies for the families who are spending their holidays with a baby or child in the cardiac intensive care unit at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Email me (Becca1612 at hotmail dot com) for more details on how to help!

6 comments:

  1. LOVED all the pictures! So sweet!!!! :)

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  2. Love, love, LOVE the pictures! Always beautiful Becca!

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  3. What a wonderful project. I hope you can deliver many baskets!

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  4. Oh these pictures. Your family and home just shine with love.

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  5. Becca.... you live your "Christmas" every day of your life! Your presents, crafting, shopping are not what your kids (ALL of them!) will remember. It is your 'gifts' of loving, caring, and nurturing them that will make their memories of Christmas ones to remember. (And even as busy as you are.. it looks to me like a whole lot of 'Christmas" is in your house - beautiful tree and decorations and cookie making and lots and lots of love! Merry Christmas to you all!

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  6. Your mantel is very pretty, and your photos of your family are lovely.

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